March came roaring in as the month started off with Eoin not feeling well at all. It was an abrupt transition from what was a very mild winter for sickness at our house considering all the illness that seemed to sweep across this area. I had just mentioned to Eoin’s pediatrician that other than his… Continue reading In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb
Howdy, everyone! It is has been a little while since we have posted an update here on Eoin’s page. That’s a good thing! We are mostly posting updates on Erika’s Instagram and Facebook page because it is fast, easy and at our fingertips. But I know there are some folks who don’t use social media… Continue reading It has been a long time…
A year ago Eoin started day one of a new treatment phase (IM-1). All of his treatments from diagnosis until this day didn’t “count” towards the three years of treatment that boys require. I remember feeling shocked to discover that all the time from diagnosis until that moment was “extra” time. Those first two horrible… Continue reading Happy Anniversary
I had the idea to capture Eoin each Clinic visit while they charted his height. There were many times I forgot or he felt so bad I didn’t take the photo. As I uploaded these, I was surprised to find that the photos didn’t speak all the words that I thought they would. There are… Continue reading A Year in Pictures
We made it to the one year mark. A year ago, this didn’t feel possible but we agreed to just put one foot before the next and just keep moving no matter the pace. But now last September feels like a lifetime ago and I can’t even remember what life was like before it revolved… Continue reading Being a Cancer Mom
Here is a highlight reel from our summer: LB graduated from Pre-K LB learned how to ride her bike without training wheels Eoin went bowling for the first time and LOVES it The kids took swimming lessons and Eoin jumped off the diving board Eoin entered the Maintenance stage of treatment Eoin and I went… Continue reading Summertime
EIt is hard to believe that Eoin turned 4 today. He has battled bravely for 11 months. Last year, at this time he was on antibiotics and steroids to fight off something…he had a pocket of collapsed lung so we treated him as if he had pneumonia. None of us knew or in a million… Continue reading Four!